Green hydrogen is produced in a CO2-neutral manner by utilising electrolysis processes powered by renewable energies such as wind and solar. Power semiconductors make the production of green hydrogen possible. To produce green hydrogen, very high direct currents are required in the electrolysis process. The alternating current (AC) supplied by the power grid must first be converted to DC, a process known as rectification or AC-DC conversion. Infineon offers ready-to-use rectifier semiconductor solutions for this purpose.
Gain insights into AC- and DC-coupled electrolyser applications and learn about Infineon’s best-in-class semiconductor solutions. This webinar will explain why the pre-defined thyristor stack solution is the optimal choice to enter the rectifier market and learn about optimised IGBT power modules for AC- and DC-coupled electrolyser applications.
AMD Xilinx online training: Vivaldo ML tools EBV Electrolink
The webinar will explore the features of SystemVerilog that are useful for RTL synthesis using Vivado ML Tools and how the RTL SystemVerilog language constructs have been optimised for productivity and reliability.
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Vishay has released a high current, through-hole inductor for use in high current and high temperature applications, DC/DC converters, high current differential chokes and inverters.
Read more...Samsung launches GDDR6 RAM module EBV Electrolink
The DRAM is capable of 24 Gbps processing speeds and will significantly advance the graphics performance of AI-based applications and high-performance computing.
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